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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, September 28, 19.4 Apart from calamity movies Film season distinctly' trendless Old, rare coin collection to go on public display New York Times Service NEW YORK In recent years, we've had clumps of cop movies, waves of gothic or occult films, batches of mafia or black gangster pic- tures and cycles of Kung Fu. But apart from calamity Try Bifora You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITH-JONES (HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL S. 328-5447 movies, the upcoming film season is 'distinctly' trendless: there's not even much nostalgia. Still, this all is being graced by features from eminent directors from abroad. With the openings of Ingmar Bergman's "Scenes Irom a Federico Fellini's Vittorio de Sica's "A Brief Claude Chabrol's "Nada" and the late Yasujiro Ozu's "Ear- ly Spring." Luis Bunuel's "Phantom of Liberty" and Louis Malle's "Lacombe both ot which will be shown at the New York Film Festival, will have general releases soon. Also, there are two movies shot in New York by foreign directors: Karel Reisz's "The in which James Caan grapples with his addic- tion for gambling and with Lauren Hutton, and Ivan Passer's "Law and with Carroll O'Connor and Ernest Borgnine as two ex-marines who function as auxiliary policemen. Four American movies promise a doomsday sen- sation: Richard Lester's with Richard Harris and Omar Sharif, wherein three tons of ex- plosives are placed on a storm-racked luxury liner (United Universal's with Ava Gardner, Genevieve Bujold, and Marjoe; Universal's "Air- port starring Gloria Swaonson, Myrna Loy, Karen 416 -13th STREET N. We give of ourselves When we give GIFTS OF THE HEART. Love, Kindness, Joy, Understanding, Forgiveness. We give of ourselves when we give PHOTOGRAPHS Our Individual or Family Portrait Sitting 4-4x5's -7en and 1 -8x10 T OU All in color .........All for I in addition until Nov. 30th You can order a 16x20 CQLOR PRINT Regularly FOR ONLY Phone 327- 7449 Frames Photo Finishing Open Tues. to Sat: 9 a.m. to p.m. Closed Mondays B.P.O ELKS CARNIVAL PRIZE WINNERS 00 WINNER Mrs. Ivy Norlin of Lethbridge is accepting a cheque for S5000.00 from exalted ruler of Lethbridge B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 37, Norman Hall. The seller of the winning ticket, Mr. Jim Wishart receives Norman Hall exalted ruler of Lethbridge B.P.O. Elks No. 37 is presenting a cheque for to Miss Donna Kitaguchi of Lethbridge. Seller of the ticket was Mr. Norm Tiller who will receive All proceeds from tickets sold are distributed among Lethbridge Elk's Charities. The B.P.O. Elks Lethbridge Lodge No. 37 would like to thank all those who attended the carnival and those who bought tickets on the mayor prizes. Black, and Charlton Heston, who must have a taste for emergencies. Since he appears in both the quake and the crisis on a 747; and "The Towering in which Faye Dunaway, Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, William Holden and Fred Astaire (back from retire- ment once again) are trapped in a flaming skyscraper. The last is a co-production from Warner Brothers and 20th Century-Fox. When the two companies discovered that they had purchased very similar books Fox bought "The Glass Inferno" and Warner "The Tower" they collaborated. Warner's two other fall movies are "The directed by Anthony Harvey, with Liv Ullman as Queen Christina of Sweden and Peter Finch as her confessor, and "Freebie and the a comedy- about two plainclothesmen (James Caan and Alan Arkin) who battle throughout a fond relationship. Richard Rush directed. Brian de Palma's "-Phantom of Paradise" (described as "a rock horror musical Mel Brooks's "Young a parody of the genre with Madeline Kahn and Peter Boyle; "The Crazy World of Julius directed. Fox is also releasing Brian de Palma's "Phan- tom of Paradise" (described as "a rock horror musical Mel Brooks' "Young A parody of the genre with Madeline Kahn and Peter Boyle "The Crazy World of Julius directed by Authur Killer, with Timothy Bottoms as a Vietnam veteran, and "The Terrorists" with Sean Connery. Paramount has Stanley Donen's "The Little with music by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loew (starring Richard Kiley and Bob "The Klan- directed by Terence Young and based on the novel by William Bradford Huie, with Richard Burton and Lee Marvin, and directed by William Castle, a spoof on science fiction that gives Marcel Marceau a dual role one mute and one talking. Also coming from paramount are Francis Ford Coppola's "Godfather with Al Pacino, Robert Duvall. Diane Keaton, and Robert de Niro; "Coon the latest animation by Ralph Bakshi. and Sidney Lumet's "Murder on the Orient Ex- the Agatha Christie thriller, set in 1935, which has a galactic cast, including Lauren Bacall, John Gielgud, Vanessa Redgrave, anthony Perkins, Albert Finney, Wendy Killer, Martin Balsam, Ingred Bergman and Richard Widmark. United Artists will present with Dustin Hoffman as Lenny Bruce, directed by Bob Fosse; "The Taking of Pelham One Two about a subway hi- jacking that involves Walter Matthau, Martin Balsam, and Robert Shaw; "Amazing with Moms Mabley and Butterfly McQueen. WEAVING and RELATED TEXTILE ARTS SHOW FEATURING ALBERTA CRAFTSMEN Lethbridge Public Library Sept. 29 -Oct. Official Opening Sept. 29 at 2 p.m. T6 Meet The Craftsmen Sponsored by Lethbridge Handicraft Guild and the Alberta Dept of Culture, Youth Recreation OTTAWA (CP) The coun- try's largest collection of old, rare, and unusual money is be- ing prepared for permanent public display here. The National Numismatic Collection, as it is officially known, has been assembled by the Bank of Canada over 15 years. Next year, work will begin on a permanent numismatic museum which is scheduled to open in 1977. It will be a part of the bank's new offices. Maj. Sheldon Carroll, curator of the collection, said it consists mainly of Canadian money. However, there are also ancient Greek and Roman coins, foreign coins, and pieces of foreign paper money. He said the money from around the world will provide a context within which the history of Canadian money can be better understood. Many unusual forms of cur- rency are represented in the collection. There is a piece of Haida In- dian copper plate money valued at blankets. Polar bear teeth, sea shells, flatten- ed brass buttons, and wooden nickels are other examples. At one time even playing cards were legal tender. In the late 1600s there was a shortage of coins in New France and the intendant issued notes which were handwritten on the backs of playing cards. This was the first paper money in the West- ern Hemisphere. Maj. Carroll and his staff have gathered a vast assort- ment of more conventional currency. "I don't want every Cana- dian coin and bank note in he said in an inter- view, "just one of each." The National Numismatic Collection is expected to rank with the National Art Gallery and the National War Museum as an Ottawa tourist attrac- tions. "It's a part of Canadian cul- ture." said Maj. Carroll. "Our notes and coins are a part of the national heritage. "Some of our greatest ar- tists have worked entirely in this field. Their works cannot STARRING WORLD CHAMPION KAREN MAGNUSSEN COMING TO LETHBRIDGE Opens Thurs., Oct. 10 thru Sunday, Oct. 13 CAPADES The Premier Event to Open the New Canada Games SPORTSPLEX SPECTACULAR PERFORMANCES NIGHTS: THirv. Frl. ndSit. iNSn. 6pjL MATINEES: Sil. 12 mm Sit. 4 p.n. md Sm. 2 pa? fMtte. 16 mmr. 11.00 OFF ill tickiU it Tmri. 8 p.n. Sil. 12 mm [Sit. 4 f.m. ft Sm. 6 M. PriCM: A brilliant cast of Inter- nationally acclaimed skat- ers, starring the World Champion and World- famed Medalists. Ameri- ca's top talented Precision Ballet. The Royalty of Ice Comics and Europe's peak performers in fine Novelty Acts. Charge Ice Capades Tickets On Your Eaton's Charge Account BOX OFFICES NOW OPEN AT CANADA 6AMES SPORTSPLEX AND EATON'S Al ID Aiin UAH I If you ORDER beat aeata In the home are uLli AND IrlPtlLl by mall. The finest entertainment money can buyl TO ICE CAPADES BOX OFFICE, Canada Games Sportsptox City Hall, LathbrMge, Alberta Enclosed is cheque O or Money Order C in the amount of S.......payable to the City of Lethbridge tickets at and Youth tickets at S.........each. FIRST CHOICE: Day........Date........Time........ SECOND CHOICE: NAME......................................Day Phone............. ADDRESS iCITYorTOWN.........................Postal LH-5 Please enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope for prompt return of tickets. be seen anywhere else. political, economic, or social, "There's no event of signifi- our history is interwoven with cance that isn't reflected in the development of our coins, our money. Whether it be tokens, and paper money." Send for our beautiful new vacation kit. PO Box 2500. Edmonton, Alberta FULL GOSPEL BUSINESS MEN'S FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL heard in SPOKANE, SEATTLE, VICTORIA, ITALY NOW LETHBRIDGE IS THERE ROOM FOR GOD IN BUSINESS? Come and Hear PETER CONGELLIERE Electoral Engineer Charter President of Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship International in Las Verdes, California TOPIC: How God has worked in a Business way in my life BREAKFAST MEETING SATURDAY, OCT. 5 9 a.m. El Rancho per person nLys for Ftll MOCHUH Coll Your or: Call Opsrjtor (no clurgi) Ask lor Zenith 06061 ZOTKresgeBldg. A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 6055thAVE.S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 THREE GREAT THEATRICAL OCCASIONS PRESENTED BY THE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL THE CHARLOTTETOWN PRODUCTION "ANNE OF GTOH GABLES' Centre 28th TicJMfc Available at Leister's CITADEL THEATRES PRODUCTION "THE RIVALS" Yates Memorial Centre Thursday and Saturday, October 24 and 26 Tickets Available at A TORONTO WORKSHOP PRODUCTION "TEN LOST YEARS" (from the book by BARRY BROADFOOT) Yates Memorial Centre Thursday, November 7th Tickata on ahorttyl ;